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We have to show leadership in protecting our environment so that we have a future for our children and grandchildren.
Arnold Schwarzenegger
 
   

Improving final Disposal and Monitoring


> BHRI Institute is a member of networking in the field of waste, which main priority is generating waste into energy resources. BHRI Institute is owner of at least 50 projects in the field of waste, which therefore contributes to better resource efficiency and also reduce the negative impact on our environment.

Where possible, waste that cannot be recycled or reused should be safely incinerated, with landfill only used as a last resort. Both these methods need close monitoring because of their potential for causing severe environmental damage. The EU has recently approved a directive setting strict guidelines for landfill management. It bans certain types of waste, such as used tyres, and sets targets for reducing quantities of biodegradable rubbish. Another recent directive lays down tough limits on emission levels from incinerators. The Union also wants to reduce emissions of dioxins and acid gases such as nitrogen oxides (NO
x), sulphur dioxides (SO2), and hydrogen chlorides (HCl), which can be harmful to human health.
 

 

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